Download Python Win32 Extensions
is now being hosted at sourceforge -
there may be later versions available than referenced on this page -
see the sourceforge
download area for all release information:
For problems installing these extensions, please refer to the Installation
Guide. See also the PyWin32 FAQ
Many installation errors fixed - now installs for non-admin users.
New modules: win32com.ifilter
for access to the Micosoft Index Server, win32inet for access to the wininet
Updated modules: win32file
grows a high-performance directory iterator, win32gui, win32security and win32com.shell.shell get a number
of new methods.
For the full changelog, including a summary of bugs fixed, see this
build's release page at sourceforge.
this build via Sourceforge
What happened to the build numbers?
All new builds of the pywin32
(win32all) extensions are now released from SourceForge. The
release mechanism has changed a little. The new features are:
- The new distributions are all built using distutils - the WISE
installer is no longer used.
- The build numbering has changed. Any single build will be
available for all supported versions. For example, build 200 is
available for both Python 2.2 and Python 2.3 (whereas previously, one
build number was used for Python 2.2, and other for 2.3)
- To mark this change, the build numbers have jumped to 200, and
increment from there.
Please visit the sourceforge
download area for this project for these new builds.
Source code is available via CVS from source-forge. See the information on getting the
sources, and the instructions
for building them.
Bugs, Questions, etc?
If you have any problems installing these packages, please refer
to the Installation Problems Guide.
Otherwise, see the PyWin32 FAQ for information
on how to report bugs, and many other things.
Incase you have problems with the new builds, the most recent win32all
builds are still listed here. If you do need to revert to these
older versions, please report a bug indicating the problem you had with
the new version.
These are old versions - for the most
recent versions, please visit the sourceforge download area for this project.
Or see the very old versions
Thanks to SourceForge for hosting this
[Wed Jul 27 08:02:53 2005 GMT+10]